MFM Power Must Change Hands (August 2014) ‘Prayers for Marriage’

Power Must Change Hands, popularly known as PMCH, is a special service held once a month at MFM Prayer City. This programme is held every FIRST Saturday of each month from 7 AM to 12 PM WAT. PMCH is also broadcast LIVE on satellite tv and over the internet for people residing outside Lagos or the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

In the August edition of PMCH which is titled, ‘Prayers for Marriage’, This is a special PMCH programme. In this programme, we are going to battle ancestral powers behind a godly and successful marriage. This is the moment a lot of married folks have been waiting for. Well, don’t miss it!

Single folks are not left out. If you are single, check out what you need to do.

For more information including access to prayer points and programme pamphlets, visit the official PMCH page.

Prayers for Marriage - PMCH

Prayers for Marriage – PMCH

If you require accomodation for the programme, please contact MFM Prayer City Chalet on 0706 867 6152

Free transportation will be provided courtesy of the partnership between MFM and the Bus Rapid Transit, BRT. BRT buses will take off from the following locations on Saturday at 5 AM and FREE of charge:

Mile 2
Iyana Oworo

The BRT buses will also be on standby to bring you back after the programme. See you there!

PLEASE NOTE: The “WATCH LIVE!” button will be active from 6:45 AM to 12 PM WAT on Saturday, August 2, 2014. Should the PMCH programme exceed 12 PM WAT, the button will remain active until the end of the programme.

Source: MFM Official Blog

3 Comments on "MFM Power Must Change Hands (August 2014) ‘Prayers for Marriage’"

  1. Mzwandile Zayne Zulu | October 13, 2014 at 5:15 am | Reply

    I need a strong prayer since I finished school I do get a permanent jobs and to my family the is no ones who working permanent job the life is very hard so I real need a strong prayer please to remove all evil spirit to me please

  2. Mzwandile Zayne Zulu | October 13, 2014 at 5:18 am | Reply

    Sorry I meam I don’t get a permanent job

  3. Mzwandile Zayne Zulu | October 13, 2014 at 5:18 am | Reply

    Sorry I mean I don’t get a permanent job

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